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CSU Research Designs

CSU Research Designs for Targets I

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The BEST type of design for providing evidence of cause and effect (an intervention causes an effect) Randomized Controlled Clinical Trial
Correlations between two variables NEVER prove Cause and Effect (only that one variable can predict another variable - an intervening variable may cause both of the variables that you are studying)
The highest level of evidence for intervention outcome studies 9after meta analysis) Randomized controlled true experimental
X Independent Variable
O Dependent Variable
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